Da'Rick Rogers (5 star, pictured above): There is no doubt that Rogers is the standout player in the Vols recruiting class this year, after all he is ranked as the 9th best prospect in the nation and number 2 wide out. Not to mention, he is also one of the biggest steals. Tennessee pried Rogers out of the Bulldogs hands and left the Bulldogs feeling like they did after the Tennessee vs. Georgia game this year. So expect to see the rivalry intense even more.
There is no doubt Rogers will be starting his freshman year as he is an incredible wide out. NFL scouts have already been comparing this 18 year old to Calvin Johnson. Yes, he's that good. When you look at him on tape, you will have trouble finding any flaws in his game. As he has tremendous speed, size (6'3), strength, agility, and ball skills. Most impressive though is his 41 inch vertical leap. Compare that to Markeith Amble's (another 5 star WR) 32 inch vertical leap.
Expect this young man to make a huge difference in the passing game as a true freshman.
Justin Hunter (4 star): Justin Hunter was another great steal for the Vols as they took him from Les Miles and LSU. Hunter is ranked as the 5th best Wide Receiver in this years recruiting class. He has tremendous agility, ball skills, and leaping ability but has to gain more strength.
Like Rogers expect Hunter to be starting as a freshman. He will be a big target when the Vols reach the red zone as he is listed at 6'4. He strikes a similar resemblance to the Carolina Panther's Dwayne Jarrett.
Matt Milton (4 star): The 6'6 wide out from Mascoutah, Illinois is another one of the Vols great 2010 WR recruiting class. He is ranked as the 18th best wide receiver prospect in the country as he shows great body control and especially size. One noticeable thing he needs to work on though is his route running skills.
Even though Milton most likely wont start he will still be a big factor in the Vols passing game in 2010-2011,
Ted Meline (4 star): Rounding out the Vols tremendous wide out class for the 2010 season is the Miami, Florida native Ted Meline. Meline is 6'2 and weighs 171 pounds. He is very quick and has great hands and concentration. One of the view downsides about Meline is his quickness of the line. Overall though Meline is a typical 2nd or 3rd string WR in a conference like the SEC.